Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month with Natalie Vega O’Neil, Junior Achievement of Washington’s President & CEO

Tell us a little bit about your cultural heritage as a Latinx American.I was born in East Chicago, Indiana, at the same hospital where my mom was born. My grandfather was born in the city of General Terán in Monterrey, Mexico, and immigrated to the US with an 8th-grade education. He later married my grandmother fromContinue reading Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month with Natalie Vega O’Neil, Junior Achievement of Washington’s President & CEO

New JA Partnership: YouthCare & Symetra

Great partnerships create great opportunities for youth across Washington state. Junior Achievement of Washington is proud to introduce our new partners, YouthCare and Symetra, who will be collaborating to support and educate youth experiencing homelessness. YouthCare works to end youth homelessness and to ensure that young people are valued for who they are and areContinue reading New JA Partnership: YouthCare & Symetra

Interview with JA Take Stock Student Winner

JA Take Stock in Your Future Spring Break Camp presented by Delta Air Lines was an opportunity for high school students to learn about the stock market and trading from finance industry professionals from Bank of America. They also gained access to a multi-week app simulation in which they applied their knowledge to the actualContinue reading Interview with JA Take Stock Student Winner